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George W. Bush wrote a pick-me-up note to Alabama kicker Cade Foster, who got death threats after he missed three field goals in that insane game against Auburn last month. Foster (#43) posted the letter to his Instagram account, from another sympathetic 43. (Early Lead)

A judge is mad at Prime Minister David Cameron for saying in a magazine that yes, he’s Team Nigella — referring to celebrity chef Nigella Lawson, who recently took the stand in a trial against her two former assistants. (Telegraph)

Lea Michele gave a candid interview to Ellen DeGeneres about her life in the wake of Cory Monteith’s death. (People)

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